Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines breaks record crossing historic Corinth Canal

Braemar

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ Braemar has broken the record to become the largest ship ever to traverse the 6.4-kilometre-long Corinth Canal in Greece. The 929-guest, 195.82-metre-long, 22.52-metre-wide ship successfully passed the historic canal, measuring 24 metres at its narrowest point.

“They could almost touch the sides”

Clare Ward, director of product and customer service for Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines said: “This is such an exciting sailing and tremendous milestone in Fred. Olsen’s 171-year history and we’re thrilled to have been able to share it with our guests.

“At Fred. Olsen, we strive to create memories that last a lifetime, and with guests onboard Braemar able to get so close to the …

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